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NTLDR is missing


Causes
  1. Computer is booting from a non-bootable source.
  2. Computer hard disk drive is not properly setup in BIOS.
  3. Corrupt NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM file.
  4. Misconfiguration with the boot.ini file..
  5. Corrupt boot sector / master boot record.
  6. Seriously corrupted version of Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
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  8. Failing to enable USB keyboard support in the BIOS.
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Many times this error is caused when the computer is attempting to boot from a non-bootable CD-ROM. First verify that no CD is in the computer, unless you are attempting to boot from a CD.

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My e-machine w3410 gives me a disk boot error insert disk and hit enter what does that mean


You probably have a non-bootable disc in the CD drive - when the computer powers up, your BIOS's first boot device is probably the CD drive and since it has a non-bootable disc in it, it can't boot. Remove the disc and re-boot your computer.

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System disk error or non disk error, replace disk and press any key.


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How to make win98 bootable Harddisk?


Make a bootable floppy.
and then copy all the files of the floppy to the c drive of the hard disk.

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Hard drive


You need to use a Windows install disk, or the computer recovery disk.

At startup of new windows installation, chose new installation and then chose the option Format hard drive.

Note: the windows install disk must be bootable, Upgrade install disk (non bootable) does not have the format option.

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I have a HP 8595c computer. I put a DVD in and it froze. I restarted the computer and now it won't boot up proberly. I get this message. "Non-System disk or disk error Replace and strike any key...


Non-System Disk or Disk Error results when the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) cannot find the boot sector or the master boot record is missing or damaged; i.e. the device does not have bootable media. The BIOS searches drives in the order usually specified in the CMOS Setup. This order is often, but not always, A: (floppy drive), C: (first partition on the hard disk)… The error will occur during startup if the CMOS is set so the BIOS seeks the floppy drive first and a non-bootable (or blank) floppy is in (was left in) the floppy drive. Other causes include:

No bootable partition on a hard disk drive
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  • Defective floppy
  • Defective floppy drive
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    Anything like this: HARDWARE: CPU: Intel (MR) Pentium MMX 163 MHz RAM: 80 GB HD: Original 3 GB (Rest in peace) Now 20 GB CD: 16x reader Modem: Lucent 56K Video: CHIPS 68544 Sound ESS 1688 I/O PS/2 mouse/keyboard port I imagine you have the original HD:3GB do you notice they put down (rest in peace) I think thats what happened to yours it ceased and the laptop is asking for an OS which should have been on that disk but its stuffed. Try and see if you can get the new one of 20GB theyre easy to replace.

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